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"I Lost Everything": Israeli Strike Wipes Out Gazan Man's Family

A man in Gaza is mourning the death of his wife and children after two Israeli missiles slammed into the building they were staying in on Sunday, killing Hassan Al Hallaq's pregnant wife, his two sons, his mother, his sister and another child. They died despite the fact that Al Hallaq had earlier moved his family to the center of Gaza City at the behest of Israel, after it had warned Gazans living along the border to vacate for their own safety. More than 70 percent of those killed in Gaza have been civilians, the United Nations says. Read »
42 minutes ago

Last Round of Testimony Expected in Sterling Trial

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"Unjustified": Trial Starts in Detroit Woman's Killing

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Hundreds Mourn NYC Man Who Died in Police Custody

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2 More Babies Get Herpes After Ritual Circumcisions: Officials

Monday, Jul 21, 2014 at 8:16 PM
 

We need Russia to publicly start to call for responsible action and themselves take action with the separatists they have encouraged.  

— Secretary of State John Kerry urging Russia to exert control over Ukrainian separatists who have removed the victims' remains and aircraft debris from the Malaysia Airlines jet crash site.
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GM Recalls Another 718,000 U.S. Vehicles

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1,000 StubHub Accounts Hacked in $10M Scam: Officials

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Hamas Leader Wants Humanitarian Truce, With Conditions

A political leader of Hamas said Wednesday that the group would support a humanitarian truce in Gaza, but only if Israel ends its siege of the Palestinian territory, NBC News reported. Khaled Meshaal, Chairman of the Hamas Political Bureau, said that a truce is needed so that the wounded can be evacuated from Gaza and relief can be brought in. He also pleaded with the international community to send medicine and fuel to Gaza, which has been battered by fighting for 15 days. Read »
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FAA Extends Israel Flight Ban 24 Hours

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Los Angeles Ex-Councilman Convicted of Felony Voter Fraud

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Passenger Plane Crashes in Taiwan in Stormy Weather

At least 40 people were killed in Taiwan when a TransAsia Airways plane crashed during an emergency landing, Taiwan's Central News Agency said. Seven people were injured, the head of the fire department in the Taiwanese county of Penghu told the news outlet, The Associated Press reported. Local media said the flight was traveling from Kaohsiung to Makung during stormy weather in the wake of Typhoon Matmo. There were conflicting reports about the number of dead and injured. China's Xinhua news agency said 40 people died, but Taiwan's Transport Minister Yeh Kuang-shih said 47 people were trapped and feared dead. Read »